Maine Revised Statutes

§5-430. Termination of proceeding

The protected person, the protected person's personal representative, the conservator or any other interested person may petition the court to terminate the conservatorship. In an action to terminate a conservatorship brought by the protected person, upon presentation by the petitioner of evidence establishing a prima facie case that the person is able to manage the person's property and affairs, the court shall order the termination unless the respondent proves by clear and convincing evidence that the person is unable to manage the person's property and affairs effectively for reasons such as mental illness, mental deficiency, physical illness or disability, chronic use of drugs, chronic intoxication, confinement, detention by a foreign power or disappearance. The court, upon determining that a conservatorship is no longer necessary, shall terminate the conservatorship upon approval of a final account. Upon termination, title to assets of the estate passes to the former protected person or to the former protected person's successors subject to provision in the order for expenses of administration or to conveyances from the conservator to the former protected person or the former protected person's successors, to evidence the transfer. [2009, c. 349, §9 (AMD).]

SECTION HISTORY
1979, c. 540, §1 (NEW). 2007, c. 308, §2 (AMD). 2009, c. 349, §9 (AMD).

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